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Mad Max Saga roars into Chinese theaters

By Xu Fan | | Updated: 2024-06-06 15:29
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Mad Max's new saga premiered in Beijing on June 5. [Photo provided to]

After a 45-year hiatus since the iconic Australian dystopian action film Mad Max first graced screens in 1979, the highly anticipated fifth installment, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, is set to premiere in domestic theaters on Friday, heralding the franchise's inaugural wide release across Chinese mainland.

In a specially crafted promotional video tailored for the Chinese audience, actress Anya Taylor-Joy and actor Chris Hemsworth extended warm greetings in celebration of the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival on Monday. Hemsworth also offered words of encouragement to Chinese students gearing up for the gaokao, the national college entrance examinations taking place on Friday and Saturday.

Directed and scripted by the Oscar-winning Australian filmmaker George Miller, the sci-fi epic chronicles the odyssey of a young woman's evolution from a serene oasis dweller to a formidable warrior navigating the unforgiving deserts of futuristic Australia.

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